I recently flagged learn ActionScript or keep the html5 path for mod attention to be moved to programmers.se, as it was relevant for that site. The question was closed by a mod without any other votes. My flag was declined in only about 10 minutes (isn't the point of flagging for Mod a attention for them to make informed decisions, not just blindly accept or decline in a matter of minutes or seconds?).
Even according to the FAQ on programmers.se, it is on topic:
Programmers - Stack Exchange is for expert programmers who are interested in conceptual questions on software development. This can include topics such as: Software engineering Developer testing Algorithm and data structure concepts Design patterns Architecture Development methodologies Quality assurance Software licensing Freelancing and business concerns If your question is about programming tools, please ask on Stack Overflow instead. While subjective questions are allowed, subjective does not mean “anything goes”. Please keep it professional at all times. If this is a question you'd be uncomfortable discussing with your colleagues in a work environment, it's probably not appropriate here, either. All subjective questions are expected to be constructive. How do we define that? Constructive subjective questions … inspire answers that explain “why” and “how”. tend to have long, not short, answers. have a constructive, fair, and impartial tone. invite sharing experiences over opinions. insist that opinion be backed up with facts and references. are more than just mindless social fun.
The question asked for an answer based on experience and market trends (invited sharing experiences, insisted that it be backed up with fact and it is impartial). It is a question that is on-topic, but might just need a mod over there to add some pointers (better stress the why portion). It also has to do with choosing the best path for freelancing (also mentioned as on-topic).
So why would this be blindly declined and not moved to a site that would be able to provide insight and guidance for the OP?